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I am new to the area and had heard horror stories about the hospital. Due to medical problems a few months after open heart surgery at Emory I was rushed to ER.
The staff from start to finish were excellent. I was hospitalized for five days and had outstanding care.
A couple months later I was in an out of ER due to gallbladder problems. Never had a problem as a patient. The staff was caring and professional.
Dr. Estees performed my surgery and was informative concerning my planned surgery. Surgery went well and zero problems.Thank you for showing me that the horror stories were not true.
This outsider considers your staff top notch. Thank you for your care and professional services
Today, August 7, 2018, I took my father to see Dr. Aguirre. His appt time was 10:15, went back in the room at 11:05. Doctor didn't come in the room until 11:45. She was visibly on the phone across the hall. Once she entered the room, She was disrespectful and had an attitude because we were tired of waiting. It would have been nice to be informed if there was an unforseen delay . Even if, an apology would have been accepted, but wasn't rendered. Shows no concern for patient care. Will be finding another doctor!
Love Beans & Strings at CRMC good coffee, friendly staff, great service.
We have been sitting in this waiting room for 4 and a half hours waiting for a simple xray result that they did when we first come in an put us back out in the waiting room. Then the little girl at the check in desk just tried to tell us her computer says 2 people have checked in before us, but ain't not a soul in this waiting room was here before us cause they all done walked out from the 4-5 hour waiting room wait. Colquitt Regional needs to do better.
I have had some off visits before but generally it is just minor annoyances. I went in on the 23rd to the er. I odd bruise came up that I did not cause, I didn't run in to anything had not hit my leg, also it was an odd looking mark. I had just come home the same morning from a 15+hour drive. So of course I was a bit freaked out. They took me back without a triage cause of a cleaning issue I think. The girl who walked me back was excellent. I am blind so I need a bit more assistance. I was sat up in a room was causally talking to the lady who had walked me in when the rn come in. He didn't give me his name so I have no clue, he was shorter and from the sound of his voice very young. As the girl started to explain my need for a bit extra help due to my visual issues I started to try and explain my blindness. Being blind doesn't mean you can't see anything. He cuts me off and says is that why you are here. I replied no he says well why are you here, I tell him about the bruise, he pops off "well how did you see it" I was taken aback, I had tried to explain that part already but he didn't have time. The mark is on my upper thigh, he starts to pull my pants leg up. Not get a gown, not allow me to do it, I start to raise the bottom of my pj leg he continues to pull up on it an exclaims "that's trama" ok I didn't hit it , I tell him that earlier it was not there and when I was sitting on the porch while my husband was smoking before work I went to the bathroom and saw it, he quickly says "so did your husband hit you!" I laughed I know they have to ask but there is a way to do so, the pa comes in looks quickly and says I agree it's trama, they go to the computer typing pa is talking to the snotty young kid when I have to interrupt them and tell them I had ridden to chicago and back in less than a week, pa says did you stop i told him we stopped about ever two hours or so cause my fnl had a heart attack, this starts a why are you smoking if you are worried about heart diease rant, he of course had to of been either in the room or listening before he came in, he didnt guve me a chance to explain i wasnt my husband was. He quickly says well we will order a doppler. He rushes away I think. The lady had finish my bp I asked what it was told the snotty kid it was way high from what it normally is he argues with me that it is normal and emergency room blood pressure, I tell him more than once that my bp doesn't go up cause of who is taking it. It was just a little high for me my high would've been in 90s this bottom number was 102 my heart rate was also high at 122. I was in no pain but frustrated. He dismissed everything I had to say. I walked out. I was already being dismissed cause a blind person obviously can not see anything, it was trauma no matter what I said, and I simply did not feel they could in any way make any other decision based on their biased attitudes. Looked at the patient portal today and figured out why. Last time I was in I was self pay and was having to use indigent care to cover medical. Well guess what I have insurance now. Went to the walk in yesterday, they have done loads of bloods, checked to make sure the bleeding under my skin and swelling in the calf was stopping and have referred me to a internal medicine doctor due to abnormal bloods and the bruise. I will never walk into this er again. I will never waste their time by annoying them with my problems. I still can not believe the ignorance of medical staff and the blind. I am fairly certain if I was so inclined I could file a suit with a disability advocate for the way this boy spoke to me. The pa creeping and not annocing himself, and just pure lack of give a damn I was faced with. "How did you see it". With what is left of my vision, he is supposed to be a professional but over and over cut me off, dismissed my concerns, and then acted as if I was lying about being blind. All he had to do was look at my medical history which is in their computer since most my test were done there during the time my vision was going away.